Review Roundup: F1S V2 Sextech Console
LELO F1S V2 MALE MASTURBATOR REVIEW | MR’S OPINION
“So, it seems we have a winner. Am I surprised? Yes. The F1S V2 male masturbator came through on absolute violence, with huge, exciting improvements to its more monotonous older brother -4.5 stars.
A design that’s luxurious enough to sit on a shelf or desk incognito in your bedroom, it’s intense, waterproof and one or two of its settings will definitely surprise you. Wonderful BJ simulator.”
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Lelo F1S Review
“The Lelo F1S is pretty lightweight, but it packs a ton of power. Lelo has always been about adding more power, more vibes, and more orgasms to all of their toys, and they’ve done it here, recreating the tech that made one of their products, the Lelo Sona, a bestseller, thanks to its Sonic Wave Technology.
There were deep, rumbly vibrations up, down, around, everywhere. Quite unlike anything we’ve felt before, and it nearly wrung us dry.”
Read more of VIBRATORIST‘s review!
Lelo F1S V2 Review | Is It The Best Male Masturbator In 2021?
“One advantage of the F1S V2 is you don’t have to be fully erect. Just a half chub would be sufficient to get started, with the guarantee that the action happening inside with SenSonic will take you to full steam pretty quickly.
The feeling of sonic waves pulsating through your cock, along with vibrations and a realistic feeling sleeve, is fantastic. It’s kind of like a good rub and tug massage. I’ve been using the LELO F1S toy consistently for a few weeks now, and it hasn’t failed to get me to powerful orgasms in record time.”
Read more of MY SEX TOY GUIDE‘s review!
How To Use F1S V2
STEP 1: Apply a generous amount of LELO Personal Moisturizer to F1S V2 internal sleeve. The more, the better.
STEP 2: Switch on and slowly insert yourself. F1S V2 will begin working when it senses you’re inside.
STEP 3: Play with the power settings until you find a vibration that brings a longer and more powerful climax.
Donna is a Volonté contributor and freelancer who lives in San Francisco with her understanding husband and not-so-understanding teenage sons. Her work has been published in The Journal of Sexology and she is currently writing a book on love languages.